An Alternative Treatment

We should keep an open mind about things that we do not understand. We should be willing to try new things and embrace new experiences. My regular readers will know that I will try any alternative treatments as long as they will not damage me further. I am loath to pump extra chemicals into my body unless there is no alternative. I agree 100% with the medical doctor’s oath “First, do no harm”

A neighbour and a niece of mine were having difficulties that standard medicine seemed unable to treat. They decided to try Bio Energy Treatment and they were both successful. Based on their respective successes I decided to give it a try. I never thought that it would be a cure for Multiple Sclerosis but I felt that if it gave me an energy boost it would be worth it. Thus I made an appointment. I was told that the next available appointment was about 7 weeks away and I took that as a very positive sign, I mean people were queuing up for this stuff and paying good money for it. The treatment involved 4 sessions in a week at €85 each and lasting about 45 minutes each.

With a healthy degree of scepticism and optimism, in equal measure, I went for my first treatment. The company operate mobile clinics and my treatment room was a hotel bedroom. I certainly felt something during each treatment but I cannot say exactly what I felt. It was an unusual and peculiar feeling. Those of you who know me are aware that I have very bad circulation in my feet and during one of the sessions I could see my legs ‘pinking’ as the circulation improved but unfortunately it was not a lasting improvement. I got dietary advice and advice on supplements and have made a number of changes but alas there was no improvement in my energy levels and as I said the improvement in circulation was short lived.

In any event the treatment was not for me but I am not sorry I tried it, at least I won’t spend the rest of my days wondering. Let me finish by saying that just because it didn’t work for me doesn’t mean that it won’t work for you

Have a look at the website HERE and make up your own mind.

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